Sport Referee Mark Clattenburg

Mark Clattenburg will referee an Everton match at Goodison Park tomorrow for the first time in six years when he is in charge for the visit of Southampton.

Liverpool must cut out inconsistency says Stewart Downing

Reds have European football in sight

Liverpool 3 Tottenham Hotspur 2 match report: No Bale out this time as Suarez forces Spurs to pay the penalty

One journalist was sent to Anfield with the task of writing about this game without mentioning Gareth Bale or Luis Suarez. It was like asking the Washington Post's theatre critic to review the opening night of "Our American Cousin" without referring to the fact that Abraham Lincoln had been shot while watching it.

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Arsenal 'target £8m move' for Swansea captain Ashley Williams

Arsene Wenger planning summer swoop to shore up defence according to report

Martin Skrtel

Martin Skrtel's Liverpool future uncertain after defender questions Brendan Rodgers

Skrtel suggests he may have been misled by the Liverpool manager

Brendan Rodgers, the Liverpool manager, is not amused

Brendan Rodgers keen to move on from Europa League exit

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers insists his side's season is not over following their Europa League exit.

Liverpool's Jamie Carragher playing against Zenit St Petersburg on Thursday

Jamie Carragher admits Liverpool's Europa League 'mountain to climb' against Zenit St Petersburg

Carragher and Steven Gerrard both hopeful of an Anfield comeback

Hulk and Sergei Semak celebrate after scoring a goal

Jamie Carragher says Liverpool can still progress in the Europa League despite Zenit St Petersburg defeat

The Reds have 'a mountain to climb' admits defender

Gerrard has penalty saved in 2-0 defeat to WBA

Match Report: Steven Gerrard fails from the spot for Liverpool on frustrating night against West Brom

Liverpool 0 West Bromwich Albion 2: Late goals stun Liverpool as Gerrard has penalty saved

Jamie Carragher is facing up to a future away from Anfield after announcing his retirement yesterday

Premier League: Liverpool v West Brom match preview

A look ahead to tonight’s Premier League fixture at Anfield

Life after sport: Rebecca Adlington plans to cope, but Paul Gascoigne has struggled

The Last Word: Problems of surviving the end game

In the week Adlington and Carragher quit, Gazza offers a stark reminder of how it can go wrong

Jamie Carragher is facing up to a future away from Anfield after announcing his retirement yesterday

Brendan Rodgers pays tribute to 'iconic' Jamie Carragher

The defender has announced he will retire at the end of the season

Jamie Carragher with Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers

Kenny Dalglish surprised by Jamie Carragher's decision to retire

Liverpool defender will hang up his boots at the end of the season

Jamie Carragher

Brendan Rodgers demands final contribution from retiring Jamie Carragher

Defender has announced he will quit at the end of the season

Jamie Carragher is facing up to a future away from Anfield after announcing his retirement yesterday

TV role beckons as Jamie Carragher ends 26 years with Liverpool

Defender announces retirement

Jamie Carragher

'An absolute legend': Former Liverpool players pays tribute to Jamie Carragher

Liverpool defender has announced he will retire at end of the season

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